Archive for the 'Jeff Smith' Category

Pakistan is not in line with Obama’s view of a denuclearized world, they are the only nuclear country that opposed a cap on nuclear material and their nuclear arsenal is growing faster than any other country. According to Jeff Smith, best estimates put Pakistan’s arsenal at around 110-120 weapons with the ability to producer several weapons per year. Pakistan uses India as justification for a growing program, but is the Pakistani government using their nuclear program to garner favor with some nefarious groups? How does India see all this and what is their relationship with the US over Iran?

Congressman Peter King recently held hearings on the Iranian threat inside America. Iran has been “casing” potential targets inside the US, such as NYC subway and bus lines and key buildings. There could be Iranian operatives numbering in the hundreds within the US ready to commit terrorist acts if called upon by the Iranian regime and with tensions mounting, how close is Iran to giving that order? Operatives can easily enter this country through drug channels and instead of bringing cocaine with them, they can bring WMDs. DNI Clapper still holds firm that al-Qaeda is America’s #1 threat, but that is because most Americans, member of Congress and the Intelligence Community are unaware of the Iranian threat within this country. Is it smart that Obama is trying to reduce American nukes while Iran works to build one?

Iran has been at war with the United States since the 1979 Iranian Revolution, yet the United States won’t admit to such a claim. Clare Lopez gives details on Iranian kidnapping and murder operations against American civilians and even points to a December 2011 US court ruling, where a judge ruled that Iran had direct involvement with the 9/11 attacks. US leaders speak hypothetically about an Iranian attack against America, well Iran already attacked America on September 11,2001.

President Obama’s recent visit to Seoul was to acquire Chinese support against North Korean hostility. The problem is, China is not helping America but is actually working against American and regional security. Obama is not doing all that he can because he is afraid to offend Beijing. Gordon Chang explains that the Community Party is splintering and the military is vying for more power, but the party leaders are constantly reminding military officials that they are subservient to the party. Will this lead to a Chinese revolution?

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Could self-sufficiency and a place among the top oil exporters in the world be in Israel’s future? Judith Levy, blogger and resident of Israel, offers updates on the very significant developments there, with the discovery of potential oil deposits in the amount of 250 billion barrels. Levy also explains how Palestinian refugees are being used by Syria, Lebanon and Hezbollah to attack Israel. Diana West, columnist for Townhall, discusses imminent Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta’s questionable behavior surrounding his relationship with Communist party member Hugh DeLacy. Jeff Smith, of American Foreign Policy Council, details the deteriorating relationship between the United States and Pakistan, with its rise in anti-American forces within the government. Finally, Washington Times columnist Bill Gertz gives his perspective from “Inside the Ring,” including the recent unraveling of a missile-defense agreement with Russia.

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A decrease in the apprehension of illegal immigrants but an increase in that of narcotics does not equate to a more secure border than ever, as the Obama Administration claims.  Anthony Kimmery of Homeland Security Today, who spent a month on the Mexican border, talks with Frank about the administration’s use of an allowable quota for illegal immigrants to “cook the books.” Claire Lopez, Senior Fellow at the Center for Security Policy, discusses the International Atomic Energy Agency’s latest report regarding Iran’s undeniable pursuit of a nuclear weapon, as well as its leadership’s pursuit to hasten the return of the 12th Imam, and a possible alliance with Hugo Chavez and Venezuela. Amin Ismail and Bokthok Siyr discuss the oil-rich Sudan border town of Adiyah in which the North and South are vying for control. Finally, Jeff Smith of the American Foreign Policy Council informs on the Islam identity crisis in Pakistan, and the conflicting forces within the Pakistani Taliban.

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Every day the United States faces the threat of cyber warfare; a new type of warfare that is not constrained by traditional rules. Michelle Van Cleave discusses how the military and economic reliance on the Internet exposes crucial vulnerabilities to the United States. Roger Noriega enlightens Americans on the tense situation between Venezuela and Iran caused by Iran’s current long-range missile build-up; as well as the relationship of Chaves with the terrorists in the region. Joel Parker, a Tel-Aviv University PhD candidate, comments on the Syrian government’s connection with the Muslim Brotherhood. Jeff Smith educates us on the Pakistani identity crisis and how mid-level officials are double-teaming both the United States and their own government.

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Lt. General William Boykin

It is the tradition of Secure Freedom Radio to spend the full hour with a service man or woman who represents the very best of all we honor on this sacred day of Memorial Day.  Today, Lt. General (Ret.) William Boykin joins Frank to give proper tribute to the fallen and those now serving.  As a founding member of Delta Force, General Boykin gives us a picture of the threat matrix facing our armed forces today In the context of our nation's history of sacrifice for freedom.

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“Prosecuting the enemy within,” Rep. Trent Franks speaks on the Judiciary Committee’s recent hearings on the Department of Justice’s lack of prosecuting people who aide terrorism here in America. John Bolton analyzes what is happening with the Palestinians and what repercussions that may have with Israel and America.  Jeff Smith looks at the Pakistani double game. Jim Hanson gives a boots on the ground perspective of the Osama bin Laden takedown.

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Today on Secure Freedom Radio with Frank Gaffney, Frank and Francis Bok discuss north Sudan's push to dominate the southern half of the country. Next, Frank and Jeff Smith discuss China and Obama's provocative weakness. Finally, Frank and Bill Gertz  discuss American policy towards China along with gays in the military and the Saudi arms deal.

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Frank brings us back to what’s important with a discussion on women’s rights in Iran and the nature of the Iranian regime so consistently legitimized by the administration’s diplomacy.  Jeff Smith from the American Foreign Policy council discusses Pakistan playing both sides of the war in Afghanistan.  Debra Burlingame assesses Deputy Attorney General nominee James Cole and his potential impact U.S. national security.  Andy McCarthy weighs in on the same.

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